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A New Revenge ‘Enemies & Lovers’ Album Review

A New Revenge ‘Enemies & Lovers’ Album Review By Adam McCann Golden Robot Records/Hard Rock Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens is actually one of the busiest men in heavy metal, never content to work on just one project. The former Judas Priest frontman has already released one album this year with his project with Chris

Reternity ‘Facing The Demon’ Album Review

Reternity ‘Facing The Demon’ Album Review By Adam McCann MDD Records/Heavy Metal After his departure from Spitefuel last year, vocalist Stefan Zörner quickly hit the ground running with his new project Reternity. With a decent demo under their belt, the band are ready to unleash their debut album ‘Facing The Demon’. With the release

Danko Jones ‘A Rock Supreme’ Album Review

Danko Jones ‘A Rock Supreme’ Album Review By Adam McCann AFM Records/Hard Rock The Canadian trio have been on the road non-stop since the release of their 2017 album ‘Wild Cat’. Yet, somewhere within this busy schedule Danko Jones have found the time to record their latest album ‘A Rock Supreme’. As a band,

Thenighttimeproject ‘Pale Season’ Album Review

Thenighttimeproject ‘Pale Season’ Album Review By Adam McCann Debemur Morti Productions/2019 Their departure from Swedish death/doom masters Katatonia in 2009/10 may have come as a shock, but brothers Fredrik and Mattias Norrman soon began to develop their new venture. This would become Thenighttimeproject, the band releasing their eponymous debut album in 2016. This

Axenstar ‘End Of All Hope’ Album Review

Axenstar ‘End Of All Hope’ Album Review By Adam McCann Ram It Down Records/Power Metal It was 2014 since Axenstar last graced us with an album and whilst ‘Where Dreams Are Forgotten’ was far from the bands best work, it was still a decent album full of everything that is expected from a

Locotus ‘Through Flames Arise’ Album Review

Locotus ‘Through Flames Arise’ Album Review By Adam McCann Independent Release/2018/Metalcore Over the previous fifteen years, offerings from Locotus have been sporadic at best. However, last year, the Australian band managed to sneak out their latest EP ‘Through Flames Arise’ to as expected, a rather quiet response. So, what does ‘Through Flames Arise’ actually

L.A. Guns ‘The Devil You Know’ Album Review

L.A. Guns ‘The Devil You Know’ Album Review By Adam McCann Frontiers Records/Hard Rock For L.A. Guns fans, it was a dream come true when Phil Lewis and Tracii Guns finally got back to writing together for the 2017 album ‘The Missing Peace’ and although this album still had a few issues to

Brightlight City ‘The Harmony & The Chaos’ Album Review

Brightlight City ‘The Harmony & The Chaos’ Album Review By Adam McCann Undead Collective Records/Alternative Rock/Post-Hardcore/Emo Brightlight City managed to steal the hearts of the music community back in 2017 with their EP ‘Our Future’s Not Dead’ and from the relative success of this EP, the wait began for the south England band

Fractal Universe “Rhizomes of Insanity” Album Review

Fractal Universe "Rhizomes of Insanity" Album Review By Adam McCann Metal Blade Records/Technical/Progressive Death Metal France’s Fractal Universe exploded onto the scene two years ago with their superb debut album ‘Engram of Decline’. That album stole the hearts of critics and fans alike who then began to eagerly await the next offering from

Vetrar Draugurinn – Hinterlands Album Review

Vetrar Draugurinn - Hinterlands Album Review By Rainer Kerber If you look at the lineup of Vetrar Draugurinn, you will find many familiar names. I recently saw singer Marjan Welman with Autumn live. And guitarist Eric Hazebroek played earlier at Stream Of Passion and has recently started with some friends the project

Death Angel ‘Humanicide’ Album Review

Death Angel ‘Humanicide’ Album Review By Adam McCann Nuclear Blast Records/Thrash Metal Death Angel have always stayed true to their roots, there are no frills and gimmicks needed when there is the raw power available. What sets this band apart from their peers is their ability to combine this blistering raw energy

Deep Sun – Das Erbe der Welt Album Review

Deep Sun - Das Erbe der Welt Album Review By Rainer Kerber Switzerland has a diverse metal scene. Power Metal, Pagan or Symphonic Metal. In all styles, there are many very good bands. And although I already know many bands from our neighboring country, I always discover something new. So I’ve recently

Bloodbound – Rise Of The Dragon Empire Album Review

Bloodbound - Rise Of The Dragon Empire Album Review By Rainer Kerber They have been an insider tip in Power Metal for years. Bloodbound from Sweden are always in the shadow of their compatriots from Sabaton, Hammerfall, Therion or Amaranthe. Even though they have been releasing great albums over and over again

Frozen Crown – Crowned In Frost Album Review

Frozen Crown - Crowned In Frost Album Review By Rainer Kerber With a bang, Frozen Crown stepped into the spotlight of Heavy Metal a year ago. With their debut album "The Fallen King" the Milanese literally blew me away. What kind of elemental force was that? One and a half million Youtube

Tigersclaw – Force Of Destiny Album Review

Tigersclaw - Force Of Destiny Album Review By Rainer Kerber Tigersclaw is the baby of multi-instrumentalist Alexander Baier. He composes, arranges and produces all songs. He gets musical support from his longtime companion Ralf Neumann, who plays the drums parts. Third in the league is the opera singer Elena Minina. Since Elena

Whitechapel ‘The Valley’ Album Review

Whitechapel ‘The Valley’ Album Review By Adam McCann Metal Blade Records/Deathcore Whitechapel needed to do something; their 2016 album ‘Mark Of The Blade’ had missed its target and its musical departure from earlier themes left both critics and fans confused and uncertain. Therefore, there was high hopes from the latest Whitechapel album ‘The

Allegaeon ‘Apoptosis’ Album Review

Allegaeon ‘Apoptosis’ Album Review By Adam McCann Metal Blade Records/Technical Melodic Death Metal Since the band delivered their debut album almost a decade ago, Allegaeon have pushed from strength to strength, forming their own niche within the boundaries of technical melodic death metal and hitting a pinnacle with their superb 2016 album ‘Proponent

Megadeth ‘Warheads On Foreheads’ Album Review

Megadeth ‘Warheads On Foreheads’ Album Review By Adam McCann Universal Music Group/Thrash/Heavy Metal The announcement that Megadeth are to release their latest greatest hits compilation ‘Warheads On Foreheads’ begs the question does the world need another Megadeth greatest hits album? After all, this band already has the likes of ‘Capitol Punishment’, ‘Back To

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